Old Mutual Wealth hires McIntyre as chief distribution officer

BoardroomMary-Anne McIntyre will join the senior executive team at Old Mutual Wealth, in the newly created role of chief distribution officer. Based in the firm’s London office, McIntyre will take up her new role in early September and will report to chief executive, Paul Feeney. The position will encompass all distribution activities across Old Mutual Wealth’s business, and will also involve product development and marketing. McIntyre joins Old Mutual Wealth from her previous role as chief executive of financial advice network, Openwork. Mark Duckworth, who has held the role of managing director at Openwork since 2011, will be her replacement. McIntyre has previously held a number of roles in the financial services sector, including board and leadership positions at Fidelity International, Invesco Perpetual and Deloitte. She has also been involved in establishing businesses such as investment services platform, FundsNetwork, wrap platform, Nucleus and investment company, Omnis. Following the acquisition of Quilter Cheviot in February, Old Mutual Wealth has £100 billion (€135.9 billion) in assets under management. ©2015 funds europe

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